Following yesterday’s post, I wanted to show additional panoramas to provide the full scope of the amazing view from on top of the Lembert Dome. After what, for me, was a relatively long trek, this was the pay off.
This composite of several individual photos moves more toward a westerly direction. In the middle left, you might be able to see a bit of the Tuolumne River just in front of the distant mountains. On the right side of the frame is a jutting portion of the Lembert Dome. It was truly breathtaking!
After ascending to the top of the Lembert Dome and walking around to take in all of the views and perhaps doing a bit of whirling, I focused on the mountains to the west. In the picture above, you can see how far they stretched. Also in view is the Tuolumne river meandering gracefully at the base of the mountains.
Based on my previous experiences, I am certain there are prominent features and points of interest captured in the above view of which I am not even aware, but what I did realize is that this was a beautiful scene!
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